One of the largest and most diverse music festivals in the South, the Music Midtown Festival brings some of the biggest names in pop, rock, and rap to Atlanta’s Piedmont Park.
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Music Midtown Festival Dates and Location
The festival takes place in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park Saturday, September 16 and Sunday, September 17, 2017.
Music Midtown Festival Lineup
The 2017 lineup includes Bruno Mars, Blink 182, Future, Milky Chance, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa and Zara Larsson, just to name a few. With one of the most diverse festival lineups out there, Midtown has something for everyone.
Music Midtown Festival Tickets
2 Day General Admission Pass -$135
2 Day VIP Pass -$600- Separate entrances, complimentary beer and wine, preferred viewing area and access to all general admission areas.
2 Day Super VIP Pass -$1750- Luxury lounge access close to the stage, exclusive viewing areas, full open bar all weekend and access to all VIP and general admission areas.
To purchase tickets online, check out the festival page.
Getting to and From Midtown Festival
Air – Atlanta International Airport is 30 minutes from the festival.
Metro – Atlanta’s Marta system has trains that stop at two stations within walking distance of the festival. You can hop off at either the Midtown or Arts Center stations on either the Red or Gold lines. Check out Marta’s website for scheduling info. The site also has a helpful map to help you get your bearing.
Walking/Biking – Festival goers can access Piedmont Park via the Beltline Eastside Trail or the Old Fourth Ward. The Beltline is a walking and biking trail that cuts north-south through Atlanta. The trail even has an official site complete with a helpful map that marks access points and will help festival goers find their way.
Car – The festival discourages driving, but there are parking lots in the surrounding area. They will likely fill quickly. Leaving the car at home is strongly advised, especially if alcohol will be in the mix.
Where to Stay for Midtown Music Festival
Airbnb – This Midtown Atlanta apartment is just a few blocks from the park and can sleep as many as three for $189 per night. Located on a shady street with a suburban feel, this option would be a perfect in between concerts crash space.
Airbnb – This room in a Midtown high-rise is the perfect luxury accommodation for a couple in town to enjoy the festival. Excellent location (it’s a few blocks from the festival) and skyline views come for $112 per night.
Hotel – Those looking for hotel comfort and service will be happy to know that the Loews Atlanta Hotel is right next to Piedmont Park. Four-star rooms start at $209 per night.